Submissions invited for ACM Hypertext 2020
January 23, 2020 The call for submissions for the upcoming ACM Hypertext conference at UCF is now open. The conference invites work in four tracks: hypertext infrastructures and user interfaces; hypertext literature, games, and digital humanities; web and the society; and social media analysis.
Submissions invited for Electronic Literature Organization Conference 2020 at UCF
November 08, 2019 The Electronic Literature Organization Conference is coming to UCF in July 2020, and invites submissions from scholars, artists, and writers interested in born-digital narratives and the future of literature.
T&T Student Stories: Technology in Business and Education
November 05, 2019 T&T student Jennifer Morin explores how approaching technology through a humanities lens offers tools for understanding the changing landscapes of business and education.
T&T Student Stories: Re-imagining Technical Communication
November 03, 2019 T&T PhD student Amanda Altamirano shares how T&T’s interdisciplinary approach helps her envision the future of technical communication both in the profession and the university.
T&T Student Stories: Interdisciplinary Fandom Research
November 01, 2019 Texts & Technology PhD student Lauren Rouse shares how interdisciplinary digital humanities work is giving her new tools for thinking about fanfiction and online communities.
T&T Student Stories: History Meets the Digital
October 27, 2019 T&T PhD student Evan Wallace shares how digital humanities has helped him build connections between his research in medieval Russian history to contemporary discourse.
T&T Student Stories: From English Literature to Digital Humanities
October 23, 2019 Texts and Technology PhD student Dolores Batten shares her journey from literature to digital texts at UCF.
$3.4 million grant to help homeowners evaluate property risks
October 22, 2019 Dr. Sonia Stephens of English and Texts & Technology is part of the team developing the program. She is a co-principal investigator of the project.
NEH Grant to Help Faculty Learn to Explore, Document Digital Cultures and Their Impact on Society
September 23, 2019 Two Texts & Technology colleagues were awarded a prestigious NEH grant and are planning to do incredible things in digital humanities with it, such as a five-day institute next summer.
T&T alumna Wendy Givoglu appointed Valencia College’s Interim President for East and Winter Park campuses
July 09, 2019 Texts & Technology Ph. D graduate Wendy Givoglu was recently appointed to serve as the Interim Campus President for two of Valencia College’s campuses.
Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts & Wellness Innovation Awards
May 22, 2019 Apply for the Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts & Wellness Innovation Awards now through October 10. Two winners will be selected and receive $25,000 each. The purpose of the awards is to build sustainable models for arts and wellness innovation both across the community and UCF campus.
History Instructor explores the cinema of West Bengal
May 22, 2019 David Morton recounts his trip to India, where he explored the country’s cinematic past and present. A passionate enthusiast for international cinema, he was presented with an extraordinary opportunity to go behind the scenes to study one of India’s oldest and internationally prestigious motion picture industries.
Arts and Humanities faculty members honored for excellence
April 03, 2019 Faculty members from across the college were honored at the 2019 Founders’ Day Honors Convocation, which recognizes UCF faculty members and students from across disciplines for their academic achievements, contributions and tenures.
CAH Staff Awards recognize hard work, dedication of staff
March 29, 2019 The 2019 CAH Staff Awards recognized 22 staff members for their years of service, hard work and commitment to making UCF great.
Mel Stanfill pens book about media fandom
March 15, 2019 Dr. Mel Stanfill’s new book Exploiting Fandom. Exploiting Fandom examines how the relationship of media industries to fans is shaped by heteronormativity, whiteness, consumption, copyright law and labor.
T&T Student Jessica Campbell Presents at Symposium on Communicating Complex Information
March 06, 2019 T&T student Jessica Campbell presented her paper “Contextual User-centered Design – A Provisional Framework for Design Without the User” at the 2019 Symposium on Communicating Complex Information (SCCI) in Shreveport, LA from February 25-26.
T&T alumna Carissa Baker ’18 wins Outstanding Dissertation Award
February 06, 2019 Alumna Carissa Baker ’18, the first T&T doctoral student awarded Order of Pegasus, was awarded the Outstanding Dissertation Award from the UCF College of Arts and Humanities.
Dr. Anastasia Salter to Assume Leadership of CAH Graduate Programs and Texts and Technology
February 05, 2019 Read the announcement from Dean Jeffrey Moore and current director Dr. Barry Mauer as Dr. Anastasia Salter assumes the new CAH Graduate Programs role.
Texts and Technology student Wendy Givoglu passed dissertation defense
December 20, 2018 T&T dissertation student Wendy Givoglu passed her dissertation defense for her research on arts participation and engagement amongst millennials in Orlando.
Texts and Technology alumnus Daniel W. Powell publishes book
November 30, 2018 T&T alumnus Daniel W. Powell published his new book Horror Culture in the New Millennium: Digital Dissonance and Technohorror, exploring how technology is altering the human experience.